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THE Star/Standard amp; Poor#146;s Investment Funds Award Malaysia 2005 will be held for the third consecutive year on March 29 in Kuala Lumpur. The event that gauges and ranks fund managers#146; performance has become a high point in Malaysia#146;s unit trust industry.
RATING Agency Malaysia (RAM) targets the private debt securities (PDS) bond issuance value this year to be in the region of RM25bil to RM30bil, with outstanding PDS to grow by 10.6%.
Rivals Deutsche Boerse and Euronext have taken off the gloves in their fight for the London Stock Exchange (LSE) after the LSE rejected Deutsche Boerse's approach for a second time.
Free cash flows (FCF) among Malaysian public-listed companies are set to go up in the next few years and look likely to be returned to shareholders as dividend payouts, Citibank Bhd vice-president for Investment and Insurance Charles Sik said.
RETAIL mutual funds registered for sale in Malaysia produced a respectable average return of 7.08% in 2004, with the gains driven mainly by a rally in the fourth quarter, an analysis conducted by Standard Poor's (SP) Fund Services concluded.
CIMB Bhd will strengthen its position as a regional financial services group following its proposed acquisition of 100% stake in the stockbroking business of one of Singapore#8217;s top stockbrokers, GK Goh Holdings Ltd.
CIMB Bhd is offering 12.8 million cash-settled basket call warrants to investors, the first such derivatives to be offered in Malaysia.
Euronext was due to present a merger blueprint to London Stock Exchange yesterday and exploit growing disquiet over Deutsche Boerse's own plan to take over the London market.
After registering a 20% growth over the past five consecutive years, Avenue Unit Trust Management Bhd (AvUT) is confident of better yield when it launches its three new funds in the first quarter of this year.
With 2004 coming to a close, StarBiz organised a roundtable discussion on the outlook for the stock market next year. Reports: